With uncertainty abound, one certainty exists: kids are going back to school. In this issue we present stories, tips, and tricks for the online reality of the fall semester. We also take a deep dive into identity and community-based education and present its critical importance to the growth and development of the next generation.
For many students and young adults, moving back home is the new norm. Some might be quick to say that students get the short end of the stick, but who's to say it's a walk in the park for parents? Read some tips for adjusting to living under one roof again.Read More >>
NSU meetings are going to be a bit different this year. We're sharing our Zoom tips and ideas to make this year a success for you and your cabinet.Read More >>
Learn from these incredible young adults and adopt a new hobby or skill set outside of the traditional school books!Read More >>
Here is a list of the five most common statements I hear about home buying that are simply not true.Read More >>
The CSU Board of Trustees approved a one-class ethnic studies graduation requirement, citing the need for individual schools to plan out coursework to meet the requirement. Is that something marginalized communities asked for? Is that action enough?Read More >>
Just because you’re not in school doesn’t mean you can’t learn new things! We’re turning to several books that were published this year by Asian American authors.Read More >>
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